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2 arrested after meth lab found at Ripley Co. home

Holton, IN (FOX19) -

Two people have been arrested after a meth lab was found in an Indiana home.

Investigators became suspicious of criminal activity while on a home visit on Monday on CR 700 W in Holton.

A search warrant was then applied for a issued. When officers executed the search warrant they located precursors and numerous items associated with the manufacture of methamphetamine. They also located methamphetamine, marijuana, and paraphernalia. 

Arrested were William Wood Baker, 36, and Destiny Hope Reeder, 21, both of Holton preliminarily charged with Manufacturing Methamphetamine (Class B Felony), Possession of Precursors (Class D Felony), Possession of Methamphetamine (Class D Felony), Maintaining a Common Nuisance (Class D Felony), Possession of Marijuana (Class A Misdemeanor), and Possession of Paraphernalia (Class A Misdemeanor).

Reeder also had and active warrant for her arrest for Criminal Conversion out of Jennings County. Both were transported to Ripley County Jail without incident. 

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